How does Santa know how to match the exact right toy with the exact right kid every December? He?s the world?s number one toy expert, that?s how! This sneak peek into Santa?s workshop is a joyful Christmas treat from the Caldecott honoree Marla Frazee. With delicious humorous moments and a warm, unexpected ending, this book is truly a Christmas treat. And now, in the Send-A-Story format, it's ready to be mailed off to your favorite believer.A tiny, mailable version complete with addressable flaps and seals.Why send a card when you can Send-A-Story? Ages: 4 to 8 Grades: PreK to 3 AUTHOR: Marla Frazee has illustrated many acclaimed picture books, including Hush, Little Baby: A Folk Song with Pictures, an ALA Notable Children's Book. Her picture book A Couple of Boys Have the Best Week Ever received a Caldecott Honor in 2009.
Celebrate Valentine's Day with Buzz Lightyear, Sheriff Woody, and the rest of the toys from Disney/Pixar's Toy Story! With over 20 Valentine's Day cards to share with their friends, boys and girls ages 3 to 7 will be head over heels for this coloring and activity book.
Each book in the Happy Street series focuses on a different shop - children can pop out the shop and play pieces after they've enjoyed the story. Mr Ted has just had a delivery of new toys, and the children can't wait for the shop to open! Sam has come to choose a special birthday treat, and Mr Ted has the perfect toy just waiting for him . . .
This anthology of poems is set against the background of World War I - 'The Great War'. It strives to capture the emotions of those involved in The Great War and to describe their different perspectives. The collection covers the early days of the war and the excitement that came with it - 'He Volunteered' is based on this stage of the war. The reality of the situation that soldiers found themselves in is expressed in 'Never in a Billion Tears' and 'Fastest Finger First'. The camaraderie and the friendships that developed during the war are described in 'Since We Were Boys', and the 'disconnect' between the infantry and the general staff is described in 'Futility Rooms'. The views of the general public were an important aspect of the war, and some of these appear in 'What Do I Know?'.
The kids are back Tommy, Ting, Diego, Alison and Zoe from The Oxford Picture Dictionary for Kids return for more adventures in these engaging stories that enhance children's vocabulary and reading skills. The Kid's Readers feature:
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